Downtown

DSC_0007 PlazaInformation and tickets will be available at the Stroll Heritage Plaza Information Booth at 2nd and Main Streets.

Downtown Vintage Woodland

  • The Sacramento Valley Model T Club will be displaying their vintage cars on Main St.
  • The Dingle School History Club is holding a TOYS  WERE US – BEING A KID IN 1900 on the grass in front of the Opera House from 10:00 to 12:30. Bring the kids and find out what life could be like for children in 1900.
  • The Freeman-Schmauderer Building at 539 Main St. (the corner of Main St. and First St.) will be holding open house tours, hosted by the Sons of the Golden West Parlor 30. This historic building was the site of Woodland’s first post office and is the oldest commercial building in town. From 11:00 AM to 4:00PM visitors can view the preservation and restoration efforts and see future plans for the building. The docents will be NSGW Woodland Parlor 30 members, who are volunteering their time in the building’s restoration. From 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM there will be fifteen minute tours for up to six people at a time every half hour to tour the back of the building, which was once a 700 seat silent movie theatre. At 4:00 PM, ONLY for open home ticket holders, there will be a half hour docent-led tour. This tour will include a history of the “Central Room” boarding house (includes stairs).

At the Plaza

  • Main Street will be closed from First St. to Third St.
  • Woodland’s historic Opera House will be open for free tours from 10:00 to 1:00. The Opera House will be showing a silent film accompanied by music at 2:00. (ticketed, tickets $5.00 for children, $10.00 for adults) For more information, go to the Landmark Building Tours page.
  • Kiwanis lunch: choice of hamburger, Polish Dog, or 1/4# hotdog-$5.00  Chips and drinks-$1.00 each.
    • Breakfast menu is pancakes, sausage, juice, coffee, and fruit, 8 am to 10 am.
  • The Capital A’s Club will be on Main St. with their classic Model A’s.

  • Vintage fire engines will be on hand to join the fun.
  • Be sure to check out the vintage motorcycles on display.

  • Yolo Pedi-cab will offer rides up and down First St. and to and from the Railroad Depot.
  • Antique agricultural equipment will be on display.
  • Rec-to-go will have games for kids.
  • Stroll artist Russ Reich will be selling prints of Woodland homes and street scenes.
  • Holy Rosary School, one of Woodland’s oldest schools, will have a history booth.
  • Local booths will also include the Railroad Depot, Yolo Blacksmith, Chamber of Commerce, Woodland Police, and Woodland TV.